Woodstock 99: Peace, Love, and Rage

Woodstock 99: Peace, Love, and Rage ★½

So smug and narcisist it makes sense as a Woodstock documentary. Self-involvement as a trainwreck, if the 90s turn out as disappointment might as well blow it up and blame it on everything. One occasion a good soundbite pops up in an interview, but atrocious put together and the overall central thesis is ultimate as conservative as some of the condemnations at the time. The movie starts with Mortis pointing out that 1969 edition had a lot of the same problems and ends with Hyden questioning the use of a Coachella as an alternative and somehow the movie ignores both and that is telling abpout the overall strategies and where the movie simpathies lies.